Sans No. 1 font family

About Sans No. 1 font family

The Sans Number 1 font family looks like the Spartan family that was released by American Type Founders around 1936 as an American copy of Futura. This popular design was used in a variety of ways, from short blocks of text to headlines to advertising and packaging. Sans Number 1 is like Spartan Classified but has larger descenders and an alternate "a".

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